GOLF

Augusta’s Everett gains individual title in playoff

• Broc Everett made his first college golf title one to remember.

Given a second chance, on the 18th hole, Everett poured in a 15-foot birdie putt in a playoff to beat Brandon Mancheno of Auburn and win the NCAA men’s individual title Monday at Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Okla.

“I was fortunate to get another chance — and a good look,” said Everett, a senior at Augusta.

Doug Ghim, the U.S. Amateur runner-up last year at Riviera, closed with a 72 with a birdie on his final hole to finish in third, one shot out of the playoff.

• John Elway will still be a part of the 2018 U.S. Senior Open He just won’t be playing alongside the likes of defending champion Kenny Perry.

The Broadmoor’s notoriously knotty east course got the best of Elway in his attempt to qualify for the 39th Open championship, where he’ll serve as the tournament’s honorary chairman next month.

Playing one of two qualifying spots, Elway, who is a 1.4-handicap golfer, shot a 10-over 80. That left him tied for 18th.

AUTOS

Power earns $2.5 million for Indianapolis 500 win

• Will Power earned $2,525,454 for winning the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500.

The overall purse for the 33 drivers in Sunday’s race was $13,063,073.

Power took the lead with four laps to go when Oriol Servia and Jack Harvey had to pit for fuel. The 37-year-old Australian held off pole winner Ed Carpenter over the final few laps for the victory.

OTHER SPORTS

Josh Sargent scores as Americans beat Bolivia

• Josh Sargent scored in his American debut, fellow 18-year-old Tim Weah added a goal in his second international match and a young United States team beat Bolivia 3-0 in an exhibition.

Walker Zimmerman put the Americans ahead in the 37th minute and Sargent doubled the lead in the 52nd. Weah, the son of former FIFA Player of the Year and current Liberia president George Weah, scored in the 59th.

Weah, born on Feb. 22, 2000, became the fourth-youngest American to score when he displaced Sargent, who was born two days earlier.

• Jack Tigh scored 36 seconds into the game for his first of three goals in the opening half, and Matt Gaudet scored four goals as Yale beat Duke 13-11 to win its first NCAA lacrosse title. Yale won the championship in 1883, long before the NCAA existed.

• Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner Justify has galloped at Churchill Downs in front of trainer Bob Baffert as the Triple Crown hopeful trains for the Belmont Stakes. Baffert arrived from Southern California to watch Justify gallop 1½ miles. The trainer says everything is going smoothly with the 3-year-old’s training for the June 9 race.

— ABJ/Ohio.com wires